DIED Boris Fyodorov, 50, a former Deputy Prime Minister under Boris Yeltsin, was a well-known reformer who co-founded the United Financial Group, one of Russia's leading investment banks. He spoke against corruption, demanding corporate oversight.

• Carole Caldwell Graebner, 65, a doubles champion in tennis in the 1960s, was part of the inaugural 1963 U.S. Fed Cup team and a driving force behind the Fed Cup.

• Gerald Schoenfeld, 84, chairman of the Shubert Organization since 1972, helped bring numerous shows to Broadway, including Cats and A Chorus Line. The group owns 17 Broadway playhouses, plus one off-Broadway, and theaters in...

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